Danish audio company B&O has announced a new pair of wireless earbuds called Beoplay EQ. It’s one of the first earbuds in this line of active noise cancellation and features a similar design and long battery life.
The case supports both wired charging via a USB-C port and wireless Qi charging. The buds and case look very similar to the Samsung Galaxy Buds and should be pretty similar in size. It has a small profile and an ergonomic fit and should easily fit in every pocket and pocket. The case
The earbuds have an in-ear design and offer up to 20 hours of use with the original case. It is powered by a 6.88mm electrodynamic drive and has three microphones on each earbud. It also has built-in Active Noise Cancellation (ANC) and can also recognize and record voices easily and this will use the six microphones combined. The earphones are matched and calibrated by B&O and have an anodized aluminum housing. A single charge is said to last up to 6.5 hours on a single charge with the ANC turned on and 20 hours with the charging case. The company also said the earbuds could last two hours on a single charge after just 20 minutes of charging.
Beoplay EQ supports adaptive aptX codes and comes with the latest Bluetooth 5.2. Thanks to the support of Microsoft’s Swift Pair and Made for iPhone, the set-up process should be simplified on both Android and Apple devices.
The Bang & Olufsen Beoplay EQ is already available in China and Japan and will be available for the rest of the world from August 19 for $ 399 / € 399 / £ 359. The earphones will be available in black, anthracite and sand.
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